Membership of professional bodies
- British Orthopaedics Association
- British Medical Association
Medical qualification attained: 1997
Mr Goddard graduated from Leeds University School of Medicine in 1997. He commenced surgical training on the King’s College Hospital, London rotation and completed his higher surgical training on the South East Thames Orthopaedic Registrar training scheme. He was appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Conquest Hospital in 2009.
He is a member of international orthopaedic faculties and frequently lectures on anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction, knee replacement and partial knee replacement surgery. He also lectures on the registrar teaching program on all aspects of knee surgery.
Mr Goddard was awarded the Jamieson Medal and Prize in Practical Anatomy (1992 – 1993) and a Distinction in Biochemistry (1993) at The University of Leeds. Post graduation he has also been awarded the Sam Simmons Prize for best paper presented at the South West Thames circuit meeting (2002), Mayday Research Prize (2002) and the Hardwick Prize, 1st prize for best podium presentation, Maidstone Hospital 2007.
Mr Goddard is excited at the opportunity of working in such an established and renowned orthopaedic hospital, where he will strive to promote the continued development of the department.